Truce in Aleppo ends without any evacuations

Truce in Aleppo ends without any evacuations

Opposition groups have come under increasing criticism for indiscriminate shelling of western Aleppo resulting in civilian deaths, including by the United Nations' Special Envoy for Syria, Staffan de Mistura. Footage from the activist-run Thiqa News Agency appeared to show missiles targeting the town of Darat Izza in northwestern Aleppo province. "Civil defense teams found a number of dead bodies and rescued people under the rubble of collapsed buildings in Ibbin Village where Russian ... Read More

IS group claims responsibility for Turkey attack

On Saturday, Turkish authorities ordered the formal arrest of nine staff members of a leading opposition newspaper and detained more pro-Kurdish officials. Adem Geveri described the detentions as a "political genocide operation", telling The Associated Press that they "officially put an end to the functioning of Parliament in an anti-democratic and unlawful way". Read More

Voter intimidation arguments head to federal court

Voter intimidation arguments head to federal court

Overall, the Senate landscape looks largely unchanged from a week ago. As for Johnson - he has condemned Trump at times during the campaign, but never revoked his support. FBI Director James Comey's announcement of potential new Clinton emails last Friday appears to have shaken up national polls, narrowing the gap between Trump and Clinton. Read More

13 civilians killed by shelling in Kashmir

13 civilians killed by shelling in Kashmir

On Monday, an army soldier and a woman were killed as the Pakistani troops resorted to heavy mortar shelling along the LoC in Rajouri and Mendhar sectors. Earlier on Monday, Pakistani authorities said six civilians, including a 18-month-old girl, had been killed on its side of the border in firing by Indian security forces operating in Jammu . Read More

Clinton derides Trump's fitness; he disparages her honesty

Clinton derides Trump's fitness; he disparages her honesty

It makes fans of Hillary Clinton very anxious every time I state this simple fact: attendance at the Democratic candidate's rallies is mediocre at best. The good news for Trump is that Florida remains a tossup, according to most handicappers. Trump supporters have referred to the possibility of taking up arms against the government in the event of a Clinton victory. Read More

'Hearthstone' crime families duke it out in the 'Mean Streets of Gadgetzan'

'Hearthstone' crime families duke it out in the 'Mean Streets of Gadgetzan'

Unfortunately, we don't have a specific release date for the Mean Streets of Gadgetzan . Mean Streets of Gazgetzan is the next Heartstone expansion annouced today during the BlizzCon 2016 opening ceremony. Third, the Kabal grants spellcasters the Kabal Talonpriest, a priest with a battlecry that will buff a minion for three extra HP. The Kabal , for instance, are Mage, Priest, and Warlock-friendly. Read More

AG Loretta Lynch, FBI Director James Comey met Monday to discuss situation

In the interview, Rendell also expressed concern about public transport workers striking in Philadelphia, saying that if the strike was not resolved by Election Day, it could hold down turnout and be "a real plus for Donald Trump". "Again, you know, I'm not running the campaign by any means, but I wouldn't do that". Both the FBI and the Attorney General remain under pressure to release more information about the investigation. Read More

Supreme Court stays execution of Alabama inmate

Supreme Court stays execution of Alabama inmate

Arthur argued the drug might not render him unconscious in time to be spare the pain from a second drug that paralyzes the muscles and a third that stops the heart. One of his executions was called off after another inmate confessed to the killing, though a judge ultimately dismissed that inmate's claim. Arthur's scheduled execution followed three trials and another man's confession to the crime. Read More

Pakistan releases nearly 2000 opposition party supporters

The leader of a ship-breaking workers' union said a big explosion and fire engulfed the vessel moored in Gaddani, 45km north-west of the port city of Karachi. He said that this is the first time that a sitting PM has been summoned by SC. He urged all parties to accept the court's decision and respect it. Premier Nawaz Sharif continues to be under growing pressure from opposition parties, mainly Imran Khan's Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI), which had vowed one million assistants would shut ... Read More

Five reasons to check the smoke alarms this weekend

Five reasons to check the smoke alarms this weekend

However, it's getting to be a little more complicated than that. "Replace Smoke Alarms Every 10 Years" - represents the final year of the National Fire Protection Association's (NFPA) three-year effort to educate the public about basic but essential elements of smoke alarm safety. Read More

West Indies defeat Pakistan to end winless streak

West Indies defeat Pakistan to end winless streak

Once again, vice-captain Kraigg Brathwaite was at the heart of the West Indies' enterprise, stroking an unbeaten 44 in an unbroken 47-run, sixth wicket stand with wicketkeeper/batsman Shane Dowrich who was not out on 36. It was the first away victory for the West Indies since 2007. "Stay with us and keep supporting us". "We have what it takes". Brathwaite, who survived a bat-pad catch review on 43, has hit four boundaries in another resolute 88-ball knock, frustrating Pakistan's ... Read More

Final Marquette poll shows Hillary Clinton holding six-point lead in Wisconsin

The last poll before the 2014 gubernatorial election , for instance, found a 7-point lead for Republican Scott Walker, even as other polls showed a 1- or 2-point race with Democratic challenger Mary Burke-the final result was a Walker victory by almost 6 points. Read More

Syrian government opens corridor in Aleppo for evacuations

Syrian government opens corridor in Aleppo for evacuations

Syrian President Bashar al-Assad has used siege and bombardment to force rebels from areas they control around Syria's main cities, letting them leave with their families and light weapons and surrendering territory to the government. The former deputy head of the Syrian National Coalition, Hisham Mroueh, said that the Syrian regime's plan along with its backer Russian Federation lies in emptying rebel-held areas and putting them in a single region. Read More

Clinton Leading Trump by 3.1 Percentage Points: Polls Average

Clinton is at 49 percent in the Sunshine State with Trump at 47 percent. Meanwhile, Libertarian Party Gary Johnson has just 3% of support and Green Party candidate Jill Stein has 2%. "The vast majority of people who have cast ballots are not really open to new messages". "This is just another reminder to voters of why they haven't trusted Hillary Clinton from the get-go", said Katie Martin, a spokeswoman for the National Republican Congressional Committee. Read More

Iraqi forces begin assault on Mosul district with artillery

Iraqi forces begin assault on Mosul district with artillery

Emad Hassan, a 33-year-old former policeman, said he came to Bazwaya when the operation to retake Mosul started after fleeing IS fighters in the city. "Daesh is fighting back and have set up concrete blast walls to block off the Karama neighbourhood and our troops' advance", he said, using the Arabic acronym for the Islamic State group. Read More

United Nations official says Yemen on verge of collapse

The UN has warned of a growing food crisis in Yemen , as the latest attempts to revive peace talks have already been rejected by both the Houthi rebels and exiled Yemeni government. Ould Cheikh Ahmed said he would return to the region immediately after his report to the council and that his roadmap "should allow a comprehensive settlement in the coming weeks if the parties engage in good faith". Read More

Nursing Home Murder Investigation Started After Tip From CAMH

At a police media conference Tuesday morning, officials wouldn't offer any details about the nature of the tip they received-or the tipster-except that it came in on September 29. Her arrest capped a almost monthlong investigation, Ontario police said in a release. Wettlaufer's neighbors described her as a "friendly, unassuming woman" who lived alone with her dog, the CBC reports . Read More

California Chrome seeks to cap ideal year in Breeders' Cup

Now that entries have been set for the Breeders' Cup's 13 races Friday and Saturday at Santa Anita, which races look the most promising for bettors? CBS Local Sports gives some insight that into the Breeders' Cup World Championship. Songbird has won 11 straight races including last year's Breeders' Cup race for juvenile fillies. "We all know it's deep water going in", said Jones, the Hopkinsville, Ky., native who spends winters at New Orleans' Fair Grounds and much of the rest of the ... Read More

Top Pakistan court orders probe against Nawaz Sharif

Earlier, the Supreme Court directed the government and other parties to present their Terms of References (TORs) for formation of commission on Panama Papers on the next hearing (Thursday). Khan, who was addressing a press conference in Bani Gala, asked his supporters to go home and rest. He said that shutting down Islamabad was only option left to force the PM to either resign or present himself for accountability. Read More

United Nations chief fires general in South Sudan after harsh report

United Nations chief fires general in South Sudan after harsh report

The independent special investigation into the violence from 8-11 July in the South Sudanese capital was commissioned by the UN. Contributing countries should be held accountable for "inaction by peacekeepers when civilians are attacked within one kilometer (0.6 miles) of a peacekeeping base", said the Cammaert report in its recommendations. Read More